Court grants bail to man accused of attacking police, vandalising Red Fort

New Delhi, July 8 (PTI) A Delhi courtroom on Thursday granted bail to a man who was allegedly concerned within the violence and vandalism on the Red Fort through the farmers” protest rally on the Republic Day this yr.

Additional Sessions Judge Kamini Lau granted bail to Boota Singh, who allegedly performed an energetic function within the farmers” agitation, after listening to the contentions of each the prosecution and the accused”s counsel.

Absconding for over 5 months, the 26-year-old had a reward of Rs 50,000 on his head and was arrested from Punjab”s Tarn Taran area on June 30.

Singh was half of the riotous mob which attacked the police personnel, ransacked, sabotaged, and robbed the general public property and the Red Fort on the Republic day, in accordance to Delhi Police.

The police secured his custody from the courtroom for 5 days to take him to Tarn Taran for interrogation and ascertaining the supply of funding of the alleged conspiracy.

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee”s (DSGMC) authorized staff is pursuing the matter.

Advocates Jaspreet Rai, Ravinder Kaur, VPS Sandhu, Jasdeep S Dhillon, Kapil Madan, Nitin Kumar, and Gurmukh Singh represented the accused within the matter.

On January 26, protesting farmers had clashed with police through the tractor rally towards three farm legal guidelines and stormed into the Red Fort, hoisting spiritual flags on its domes and injuring scores of policemen.

An FIR was registered underneath numerous sections of the Indian Penal Code, Arms Act, Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, Epidemic Act, and Disaster Management Act.

Actor-activist Deep Sidhu is accused of being the important thing conspirator of the violence and is at present out on bail.

The courtroom had not too long ago taken cognizance of the cost sheet within the case and summoned all of the accused on July 12. PTI AAK SA

Disclaimer: This story has not been edited by Outlook Staff and is auto-generated from information company feeds. Source: PTI

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